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Panoramic view of part of the Aljarafe.
Spain

Views of the olive groves in which Valencina shows the height at which is located, 153 metres.Belonding to Aljarafe is a region of Andalucia in Seville. With an average of 200 meters altirud. Borters and the mountains north of Seville metropolitan area, south to the north coast of Cádiz and the west by the province of Huelva.

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Uploaded: 02/10/2011
Updated: 28/04/2012
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